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From 4868 personal income tax extension application deadline is today!

Hello taxpayers! The tax season is upon us, and if you are behind schedule in your tax preparations, you should apply for a personal income tax extension today. If you miss this deadline, the IRS will not give you the extension time to report your taxes and will charge you interest and penalties. Therefore, you should file for a personal income tax extension to the IRS using the form 4868 and get the automatic six-month extension time to file your tax reports.  

If you haven’t filed form 4868 before, you should file it today. And e-filing form 4868 is the best way to apply for your personal income tax extension to the IRS and get the approval for your tax extension time.  

April 18 Extension Tax Dead line

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The Individual Income Tax Extension Deadline is Approaching Soon!

Hello taxpayers! The deadline to file your extension for your personal income tax is just a week away, and you should not delay e-filing your personal income tax extension anymore. Register for free at Extensiontax.com and e-file 4868 to get the automatic six-month extension time from the IRS.  

Extensiontax.com offers you a convenient online platform to e-file form 4868 to apply for a personal income tax extension to the IRS from the comfort of your home/office with your laptops or mobile phones. We also offer dedicated mobile applications for both Android and iPhone users to easily e-file and pay form 4868 to the IRS and get an extension on their personal income taxes. Our web and mobile applications are innovative and highly user-friendly, which aids in smoothly e-file form 4868 and paying any tax dues using the all the IRS authorized online payment methods.  

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Looking to report an Extension of Time for your Individual Taxes?

Hey there, taxpayer! Are you looking for the right place to apply for an extension time for your individual income tax? You are in the right place. Extensiontax.com offers you the best e-filing services for your personal income tax form 4868 to the IRS. You can e-file and get the approval within a few minutes.  

We are not kidding! You can try it out yourself. Extensiontax.com offers you a convenient solution to e-file form 4868 to get the automatic extension time from the IRS. We are IRS approved modernized e-filing service provider specializing in personal income tax extension form 4868. You can e-file your Form 4868 and get it approved instantly.  

Extension Tax April Deadline

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Face-to-face IRS help available in more than 30 cities on Saturday, March 12

The Internal Revenue Service on march 4, 2022 announced that many Taxpayer Assistance Centers (TACs) will offer face-to-face Saturday help without an appointment from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 12. Normally TACs are only open weekdays.

“Being open on select Saturdays is offered for people to get the help they need when they need it,” said IRS Wage and Investment Division Commissioner and Taxpayer Experience Officer Ken Corbin. “We know that many taxpayers work during the week or have other obligations that make it difficult to get away to take care of their taxes during our routine business hours. We’re here to help, and people don’t need an appointment during these special Saturday hours.”

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For Illinois and Tennessee tornado victims, IRS extends 2021 tax-filing deadline, other deadlines to May 16

The victims of Illinois and Tennessee on December 10, 2021 suffered big damage.

Victims of this tornadoes (in parts of Illinois and Tennessee) will have until May 16, 2022, to file various individual and business tax returns and make tax payments, the Internal Revenue Service announced today. This is the same relief already provided to storm victims in Kentucky.

Following last week’s emergency declarations issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the IRS is providing this relief to taxpayers affected by storms, tornadoes and flooding that took place starting on Dec. 10 in parts of Illinois and Tennessee. Currently, relief is available to affected taxpayers who live or have a business in Bond, Cass, Coles, Effingham, Fayette, Jersey, Macoupin, Madison, Montgomery, Morgan, Moultrie, Pike and Shelby counties in Illinois and Cheatham, Decatur, Dickson, Dyer, Gibson, Lake, Obion, Stewart and Weakley counties in Tennessee. But the IRS will provide the same relief to any other localities designated by FEMA in these or neighboring states. The current list of eligible localities is always available on the disaster relief page on IRS.gov, including numerous counties in Kentucky announced last week. Continue reading